Mindful Voice with orlaith and rachel
A day for teachers
Thursday 1 November, 10am-4pm
The Dominican Retreat Centre & Gardens, Tallaght
Educators, particularly school teachers, are twice as likely than the general population to experience voice related problems, such as laryngitis, muscle tension dysphonia, hoarseness and vocal fatigue, often leading to burn-out and work absences.
This experiential workshop will provide participants with evidence-based information and practical strategies to prevent voice problems and improve well-being and classroom communications.
Understand how your voice works and how it is connected to your mind, body, and external environment. Learn simple techniques for a healthier voice and an improved sense of wellbeing, and enjoy guided practices to develop a kind, compassionate attitude towards your precious self.
All most welcome, and no experience is needed.
Certificate of attendance will be provided.
Rachel is a Speech and Language Therapist with a special interest in the voice. She has helped many people experiencing dissatisfaction with their speaking voices and believes that working directly with the voice is both transformative and healing.
Orlaith is a Mindfulness Facilitator who has been practicing in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh for over 20 years. She is known for her blend of accessible teaching, skillful guided meditation and the humour she brings to mindfulness practice.